Collection of radio shows archived: Darell Thorpe, Out of the Best Books, KZZI 1510 AM radio, West Jordan Utah, USA, 1987-88. Darell explores the use of different types of symbols throughout history, deals with anti-Mormon callers who misinterpret and try to vilify Mormons' symbols. Can the critics' own symbols, those of the Christians pass their own tests? Topics: Symbols, anti-Mormons, Mormonism, Christian symbols, Tests for symbols.
Darell Thorpe, responding to differnt ones who like to misinterpret star symbols, and other symbols, to always allege some occult meanings. Commentary on radio shows during the 1987-88, an extra track, 9-2-2013. Topics: Star symbols, simple or satanic? Misinterpreting symbols.
This lecture, by Dr. B. Keith Murphy, Ph.D., continues his discussion with the students in regards to the role of signification in both literature and the nature of reality reality. The lecture was recorded on August 23rd, 2006, in his Contemporary American Fiction course at Fort Valley State University, FOrt Valley, Georgia. Topics: signification, meaning, reality, symbols
A review of Bliss Symbolics, a pictographic language; research into how Australians and Japanese SMS each other; inter - civilisation communication to warn people of nuclear waste; and inter species communication via information attached to planetary probes. Topics: symbols, SMS, interstellar probes
continuing the plot of the 2010's Blaze Master Mysterium of the Universe, the story chronicles Blaze's quest for the hidden truth, as it explains the origins of the eternal Megacivilisation and the true reasons behind Galamouth's madning ambition ( the story is both in Creative common and Public Domain) Topics: Megacivilization, symbols, God, Jesus
Thomas Guarin's device on t.p. ("Palma Gvar.") and on last p. (Basler Büchermarken 204, with variant inscription "Palma Gvari."). Full-page port. of author on t.p. verso. Numerous woodcut ill., mostly taken over from Lorenzo Torrentino's partial ed. of 1556; see Mortimer, R., Italian 16th-cent., 511. Decorated and historiated initials in various sizes, some of them after Hans Holbein; see Hollstein Topics: Egyptian language, Hieroglyphics, Symbols
This lecture, by Dr. B. Keith Murphy, Ph.D., is one of three lectures in which he deals with the problem of "signification." This lecture was recorded in his ENGL 3343 Contemporary American Fiction course at Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia in the Fall Semester of 2006 Topics: signification, meaning, symbols, understanding
These are a couple of very simple simbols I made as an easy recognizable mark for my works, a sort of a digital signature. The symbol is composed by an almost equilateral tirangle with one vertex to the ground, inscribed in a circumference, containing a symbol that resembles an immunoglobulin chain with the head upwards. Topics: symbols, signatures, brands
The word ‘mythology’ is substantial; it denotes experience of generations, popular amongst people or society in the form of legends or folk lore which is generally transferred from one generation to another on the bases of the recitation of stories. However, the ethics behind all kinds of mythological narration are always filled with moral values and direct the human kind towards the ‘truth’. Most of Indian mythological narrations are focused on those stories which are related with gods... Topics: Indian Paintings, Mythological Symbols